These handy blank clock face worksheets are great for Math lessons and ideal for Year 1 and Year 2 students learning to tell the time and read a 12-hour clock. This practical task lets children practice drawing on the hands onto the blank clock template at any time of the day. A simple time worksheet contains blank clocks for you to draw hands onto and for you to then ask children to write the time in words underneath each.
These blank clock face worksheets cards require minimal preparation, are easy to understand, and can be integrated into many different tasks and activities. The blank clock faces included in this resource help students to visualize different hand positions on the clock and test their knowledge as they learn. These worksheets are created to test your student’s ability to read a clock and calculate elapsed time. Your students will be able to practice writing the time in no time!
Of course, you can use these clock templates at home too. In fact, these blank clock templates are perfect for your children to use when getting to grips with telling the time, or for children at different stages of the learning process. You can ask children questions such as “what is 9 o’clock?” before getting them to draw the big hand and small hand onto the blank clock face template.
This set of worksheets could also be used as a small group or whole class activity. Simply call out a time then your students can use markers to draw the hands on the clock and also write the time!